Learn Spanish With Children’s Materials

Have you tried reading “100 Años de Soledad” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Spanish but it was too hard?  How about “Don Quijote de la Mancha” by Miguel Cervantes?  If so, consider starting your Spanish reading extravaganza with some of the following suggestions.  Then someday, yes, someday you might get to read those wonderful pieces of literature.

Learning a new language can be a scary and challenging task.  But have you tried improving your skills by using children’s books and CDs? Yes, that’s right! The Denver Public Library has many children’s items in Spanish that can make your learning experience much more enjoyable as well as educational.

Written by Chufo on May 17, 2013

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Anonymous on May 23, 2013

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¡Gracias, Chufo! Yo aprendo español y siempre uso esta colección de libros. Es divertido, utíl y me da mas confianza.

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Hola,
Me da mucho gusto que nuestra colección le ha ayudado a mejorar su español.
Saludos

FrankW on June 1, 2013

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Very nice!! I just asked my coworker this morning if she'd tried using childrens books to learn/improve Spanish!!! Perfect!

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Great! Give it a try and let us know of what spanish books worked best for you.
Chufo

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